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Can everyone stop calling decorating interior design. Giving actual interior designers a bad name. We do a lot more than decorate smfh
EXAMPLE: an interior designer would KNOW how to design a baby’s room without having safety hazards. They are educated to do so, she clearly is not
Designers pick out your materials and finishes, learn building codes so that YOU are safe inside your own home and everywhere else you go, AMONGST EVERYTHING IMPORTANT. they don’t pick out pillows and give u advice about ur ugly old furniture. Appreciate ur designers don’t call them snooty just because u don’t understand why it’s disrespectful to call decorators designers
Thea Bruknerová She does indeed! This is YouTube not Philippe Starck world famous designs, I think maybe she should take her "interior design" "expertise" somewhere. Personally I get lots of ideas from regular folks "the so called decorators," and I find them relatable and I was able to apply them to my home, instead from snooty interior designers.
Thea Bruknerová No. it actually is disrespectful to call urself a designer when you don’t have the experience or education. It down plays all the hard work designers go through compared to decorators. and its much more intensive obviously. My professors at an accredited university for interior design have said the same thing and make it known to the students they are not decorators and while in school definitely needed to know the difference. While also knowing the difference between designers and Architects. If i’m a designer and i go around calling myself an architect, thats not going to sit well with the architect community. Its called professionalism. and honestly people with education that work hard definitely can be a little arrogant if they want. Every one that is known and good at their job needs confidence and a little arrogance
+Alexandra Perez I study architecture and this woman annoys me too, but the only thing that's giving you a bad name is your arrogance. To me your comments sound like "look at me I'm a REAL designer and oh so artsy and smart"
Mine are midway , Bought two new love seats from Big Lots store ,why love seats because I am looking for love ? No ! At 81 and 60 plus years of a happy yet bumpy marriage ( my husband passed away 5years ago) I am doing my house my way , regarding the love seats My living room is on the small yet cozy side and two small “love seats “ work better then a large sofa ( made a mistake and bought a 92 “ with chase ) I am ripping out that horrible carpet and installing that fake hard wood flooring, Oh and I will buy new curtains and move the curtain rod up near the top of the ceiling per your advice . Love watching your show,and your sense of humor makes my day brighter . Humor and love make the 🌎 a much happier place to live ! Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas ! Blessed Be !👍👍👍👍👍🦋🌈👵🏻🐈🖖👽🤷♀️
Great decorations but now the room is full of hazards for a newborn. I am so worried watching through this, while I know this is just a demonstration of how you could decorate any room, and the couple in the video didn’t mind so it is none of our business to point out the hazards and I am normally not the kind of person mind other peoples business but for this one I am willing to take hate for saying this: it is newborn lives we are talking about, nothing bad happened to the baby in the video doesn’t mean nothing will happen to babies of the audience watching this, there’s a reason why hospitals and health professionals go over and over again about cot safty because there had been accidents out there happened to poor newborns and worst cases lives gone. the decorations are beautiful but making example out of a nursery might not be the best idea, what if some mum-to-bes didn’t do enough research and watch this video and thought they could decorate their nursery like this? It’s going to be dangerous for their babies. It might be worth it to do a disclaimer and tell people this is just a design idea for any room and new mums should do enough baby safety research before following what’s been done to a nursery in this video
Was taking down the shutter over the bed necessary? Having a custom shutter installed is an investment for sure, Im sad you took it down. Shutters are cordless, insulating and are great for controlling the light, and having that control to darken the room would be nice for babe and mom...wouldnt it?
Beautiful job😊 Now that the baby is born the two pics of the family shown should be done in black & white with the same size frames as above the crib w/ a white border surrounding the pic to place over the changing table & night stand😊
Is it just me or the more I look on social media and ideas for rooms it's only gray. Grey grey grey grey with white or neutral colors no other colors but the color grey. Sure it's modern I guess but I feel like everyones being brainwashed into decorating their rooms these colors. Even I'm about to move in and was considering it until I saw that that's all anyone is doing now. I look up on Pinterest and the ONLY trending color you see? Gray. I look up red themed room ideas and they show a gray themed room ugh.
I would pull the crib out from the wall a couple of inches, that way if the frames fell down they wouldn’t hit the crib. Above a babies bed I would have triple pinned/nailed them or added a picture ledge as well. The pictures are beautiful though.
Never hang anything above a crib that can fall on baby when they reach for it to play with, rugs are tripping hazard might be pretty to look at but not for new baby safety which should be important than cuteness
Lovely, but neither pillows nor a throw should be in a crib to prevent sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS. At bedtime, babies should be dressed in "blanket sleepers" that incorporate the warmth of a blanket and the safety of a garment. Loose bedding and pillows can cause the baby to rebreathe air. https://sids.org/what-is-sidssuid/reduce-the-risk/
Love the decor! But I think when the baby comes, they would want blackout curtains for when the baby’s sleeping. Otherwise, I love the neutrality of the colors scheme! Now going to try to pick ideas from here for our playroom :)
I love it!!!!!! I love how minimal and airy it is and how it will allow it to grow with the baby and be functional as a guest room when fam or friends are visiting. The baby is going to love those additional textures as he starts exploring. I wish I had done something more like this when I had my daughter.
Looks good, however you would have to change it within months! Pictures, lamp, and curtains can be pulled onto babys head, not to mention the side table does not look stable enough if baby pulled up on it. Finally, jute does not look as if it would be gentle on baby's knees when learning to crawl. Looks very nice but not at all practical. They grow and become mobile way too fast!
You have such harsh critics on your page! I think the room looks beautiful, it may need tweaked in a year or two... but that’s in a year or two and no room is ever set up perfectly for the next stage in a child’s life, because it’s not here yet. I love how clean and minimalistic it looks 👌🏻👌🏻 and those pictures... I’m 27 and want them above my bed! Where do I get them?
Thank you Jenna! I know, people are so crazy on this video haha - he is an infant right now and definitely will not be standing anytime soon. When you decorate a nursery you do so knowing things will have to be changed as he gets older. Some people just love leaving critical, mean comments - thank you for your sweet one :) And I know, the prints are amazing arent they?! Found them on society6.com! xoxo
Just a side note that change table is way to far away from the cot. I can tell you changing a nappy in the middle of the night while bub is asleep that change table is too far away....... loved the bits and pieces though so cute.
So cute; overall well done! Maybe some of these design choices were done just for the video but there are clear hazards in this room! Glass pictures above the crib, nope! Move those. And secondly, CAUTION new mom’s, pillows and blankets in a crib HUGE NO-NO they are a smothering hazard for infants! Panicked when I saw those! But still very cute room,
The picture frames arent glass, they are plastic from ikea. Also, the pillows are clearly for decoration only and will of course be moved when the baby sleeps there. Thank you for your concern!
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